EFF MP Marshall Dlamini, the man who made headlines after the president’s state of the nation address when he slapped an officer, has commented on his actions with no sign of remorse.
Dlamini shot to notoriety after a video showing him slapping officer Johan Carstens outside parliament trended on social media. On Tuesday, the MP was at the memorial of Mlungisi Madonsela, the student who died during protest action at the Durban University of Technology’s Steve Biko campus last week.
Madonsela died in hospital, allegedly shot by a security guard. A report by TimesLive quotes Dlamani saying: “Some racist clown got overzealous in parliament and we sorted him out.
We will never apologise to or succumb to racists. “Let me tell you now, there is no one who is going to dictate to us how we should conduct our revolution because those that we trusted betrayed us.
Those that we trusted lied to us.